BRASTEL MEETS TINUN THAI RESTAURANT

REASON TO VISIT:

  1. Enjoy a delicious selection of Thai cuisine.
  2. Reasonable price and portion.

FEATURES:

English speaking staff:  No Available
English menu:  No Available
Working hours:
Monday ~Friday 11:00~23:00
Saturday  11:00~16:00
Holidays:  Sunday

 

RECOMMENDATION OF THE HOUSE:

  • Tomuyankun
  • Patai
  • Kao Man Gai

REVIEWS FROM CUSTOMERS:

  •  Service was quick and friendly. Excellent food  all YUM!!! If you’re a fan of Thai food, do yourself a favor and go here.

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Location and Contacts:
Area: Akasaka, Tokyo
Address: 3-6-6, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Tel: 03-3586-3258
URL: http://tinun.jp/

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BRASTEL MEETS SULTAN INDIAN RESTAURANT HIGASHI-UENO

REASONS TO VISIT:

  1. Healthy food and great place for social gatherings!
  2. Carefully chosen music and friendly staff create a fun-filled experience that clients adore!
  3. Sultan utilizes a high-quality ingredients with diversified culinary styles!
  4. Sultan cooks produce some of the finest dishes ensuring the right balance between nutrition and exquisite taste!

FEATURES:
Established: 2004
English menu: Available
English speaking staff: Available
Working hours:
Mon 〜 Sun 11:00 am ~ 11:00 pm (L.O. 10:30 pm)
Holidays: open every day

Recommendations of the house:

  • We now offer up to 65 different mouth-watering dishes based on our clients’ individual tastes and preferences.

Reviews from customers:

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Location and contacts:
Area:  Ueno, Tokyo
Address:  5-24-9 Hihashi Ueno Taito-ku Tokyo
Tel: 03-5828-5306
URL: http://sultancurry.com/index.php

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BRASTEL MEETS KASHMIR INDIAN RESTAURANT

Reasons to Visit:

1.  Healthy delicious Indian food!
2.  Every Tuesday – all meals are for half price!
3.  Possible to request a belly dancer for your party!

Features:
English Menu: Available
English speaking staff: Available
Credit cards: Accepted
Business hours:
Lunch time:
Mon – Sun: 11:00 am- 3:30pm (L.O. 3:00 pm)
Dinner time:
Mon – Sat: 5:30 pm – 6:00 am (L.O. 5:30 am)
Sun:            6:00 pm – 11:00 pm (L.O. 10:30 pm)
Holidays: open every day

Recommendation of the house:

– Lunch is just for 500 yen!
– Get your free drink coupon!

Reviews from the customers:

–   This place is great! It is always open till late. The food is tasty and cheap!

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Location and contacts:
Area: Kinshicho, Tokyo
Address : Konishi bldg. 2F, Kotobashi 4-18-8, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
Tel: 03-3633-7665
URL: http://kashmir823.s51.xrea.com/

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BRASTEL MEETS BILLY BAREW’S BEER BAR

Reasons to Visit:

1. Spend a nice evening in an international friendly atmosphere with a beer on tap or any kind of bottled beer of your taste!
2. Discount coupons for special courses are available here (coupons have validation date).
3. For a group of 2 or more people 20% off (upon coupon presentation)!

Features:
Established: 1996
English Menu: Available
English speaking staff: Available
Credit cards: Accepted
Business hours:
Mon. – Sat. 6:00 pm – 2:00 am
Sun. 6:00 pm – 0:00 am
Holidays: open every day

Recommendation of the house:

1.   More than 140 beers from over 35 countries!
2.   During Happy hour (18:00  –  20:00) all draft beers 200 yen off!

Reviews from the customers:

–   The atmosphere at Billy Barew’s is quite friendly, with the bar staff staff mostly all speaking English and many of the customers being regulars. Over 10 years the bar has been going apparently, which made me think “Why didn’t I know about this bar before?”.
–   The bottle menu at BBBB runs to five pages, boasting around 100 bottles. It’s pretty much limited to the large importers – there’s no Japanese craft beer there and no bottles from Nagano Trading or Rogue – but they do have some gems such as Pilsner Urquell, Brooklyn Beer, and Red Hook ESB, as well as Anchor Steam, a number of Samuel Smiths, and a fair few Belgians.
–   The staff were great, very chummy but also very professional and quick. I asked the bar tender if they had any IPA’s to which he responded he had never heard of the style, but asked me which were my favorites and what Iiked about them!
–   Atmosphere is western, but nice whatever your tastes I think. The service was great, with the waitress being fairly knowledgable about the selection. The beers came in the correct glasses quite quickly. Food was ok by Japanese standards, quite good by US standards.

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Locations and contacts:
Area: Ebisu, Tokyo
Address : 2-1-11 Ebisuminami, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Tel: 03-5721-8480
URL: http://www.bbj.ne.jp/bbbb/ebisu/index.html
http://r.gnavi.co.jp/g010822/
Email: billybarews@yahoo.com 

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BRASTEL MEETS CASA NOSTRA

Reasons to Visit:

1.   Home-made style healthful and tasty cuisine of the Mediterranean from Greece, Turkey, Italy, France, Spain!
2.   Fantastic food and reasonably priced drinks; free Wi-Fi; pets allowed!
3.   Welcome free drink (upon coupon presentation; click here to print)!

Features:

English Menu: Available
English speaking staff: Available
Credit cards: Accepted
Business hours:
Mon. – Fri. 11:30 am – 0:00 am
Sat. – Sun. 13:00 pm – 0:00 am
Holidays: open every day
Last order: 11:00 pm

Recommendation of the house:

1.    4 types of mushroom pizza for 1500 yen each.
2.   Tomato & Mozzarella cheese pizza for 1500 yen.
3.    Seafood paella for 2800 yen (M-size) and 6000 yen (L-size).
4.   Chicken Milanese  for 1200 yen.
5.   Homemade sangria for 500 yen.

Reviews from the customers:

–   The restaurant itself offers a relaxed atmosphere. Tiled wooden tables are spread over the third and fourth floors, while a counter bar serves drinks and light bites.
–   Best among the main dishes by far was the chicken kebab (¥1,300): a red-hot skewer yielded meat charred to succulent perfection, oozing juices and complemented by a gorgeously tangy and thick tomato and ginger sauce.
–   After being informed that the chocolate mousse advertised on the specials board was all gone, we tucked into a creme brulee (¥680) instead. It was a happy ending: the dessert’s brittle crown gave way to a creamy center, and the mikan topping was a nice touch. And even when the food was all gone, Casa Nostra’s inviting ambience encouraged us to linger for another drink or two.

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Locations and contacts:
Area: Shibuya, Tokyo
Address : 3-4F, 3-25-13 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Tel: 03-5775-2252
URL: http://www.casanostra.jp
Email: casanostratokyo@gmail.com

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